Citrus rootstocks regulate the nutritional status and antioxidant system of trees under copper stress

@inproceedings{Hippler2016CitrusRR,
  title={Citrus rootstocks regulate the nutritional status and antioxidant system of trees under copper stress},
  author={Franz Walter Rieger Hippler and Danilo O. Cipriano and Rodrigo Marcelli Boaretto and Jos{\'e} Ant{\^o}nio Quaggio and Salete Aparecida Gaziola and Ricardo Antunes Azevedo and Dirceu Mattos-Jr},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract Copper (Cu) deficiency and toxicity cause stresses in citrus orchards and limited information is available about which rootstocks and associated mechanisms would enhance plant resistance to such nutritional disorders. Therefore, this study evaluated the nutritional status and antioxidant system responses of citrus grafted onto selected rootstocks differing in horticultural performance [Swingle citrumelo (SW) or Rangpur lime (RL)], grown in nutrient solution with varying concentrations… CONTINUE READING

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